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About The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Or.) 1903-1931 | View Entire Issue (April 1, 1920)
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Mm, W. (i. Honing, of Silver I.ulto,
'k iipoiulliig it fow duyn in llonil.
It. M. Hmltli returned tlilii morning
from a IiubIiiomh trip to Portland.
I), A. Hoydnon and Kruil Van Motor
aro pnttlnB up an auto paint Hliop
Thoinnii Ilruckon, Croncont inor
cliaut, wan In hint night to procure
a load of freight.
J ii rod I. Sterling, William Ilanloy,
and Jiiiikih Donoguii, of Burns, njionl
lust nlnlit lit Uond,
Theodore Hpraituo linn purchunod
tlm Hmltli Vulcanising Kbop at tliu
north oud of Hand ntroot.
K. I). Mustard, (iroiiiliiunl fnrini'.r
of tint l'owoll Huttu suction, wan In
tlm city today on buitlnimn.
I. Ii, Hliaw Iiiih ruturuod from
Portland, and with Mm. Shaw will
rolocato on tlm farm near Hlatorn.
Mm. Mary I. Honln, or Mllllcan, In
upending a fc,w dayn In llond. Her
ImniH III Mllllcan valley wan destroy
ml by tiro yotitorday.
Mm, C. J. Kovurott returned thin
morning from n throo iiionllm' trip
Into California and Texan, whoro nhn
vlntod frlondn nnd relative,.
Mm. C TliorhtiH, who Iiiih inudo
her homo with Imr daughter, Minn
Vora Thorbtlii, hIiico September, li;ft
last nlKhl for Sparta, Wisconsin.
It. L, Covey, K. II. TomoH, Mnthlan
Itabor, William K. JohnHim, and
Harry Cavnnaugh, nil of ln Pine,
woru vlnltnrn In llond lunt night.
Kin ley Admits, of Vaklnin, linn ac
cepted a position with It. 8. McCIurc,
nnd will ntnrt with office nnd anion
work for thu Htudebakor auto agency
A. M. Koor, A. Mould, nnd J.
Modo, of Seattle, art) In llund to linn
did tlm ntonin Mttliu: bolnK dono ou
tho nprlnkllng nyctum at thn Brooks
Kcanlou Lumbor Co. plant.
John McClano, for throo yrnm but
ternmkor nt tho Central Oregon .
Unvunory, loft lant ulKlit for Houttlo.
WnnhliiKton, to vlnlt hU nonn. Ho In1
nurvoodod hern by J. II. BrlckiiQU, of
Portland, formerly of Hwlft &. Co.
Hooper Dyer In In thu city for a row
it . a tl linitin In lllllffnt4
u. Briwck .:;p;;nSduy
In Ilejid from bin homo at Fleetwood.
T. J Dcniy In a builnem vUltor
111 tho city todny from hi homo In
Mr. and Mm. C, P. Coir, of llond
nro tlm parontn of n nix pound baby
boy, born thin nioriiliiK.
II. J. Ovorturf In nxpectod to re.
lurn early next woek from a trip to
bin former homo In Nub ra ska.
' Mrn. J, J. Bilinear, of Torrebonuo,
who wan committed to tho ntnto Iiiih
pltal, bocntiHo, of temporary moulnl
dorniiRemout, wan nont yenterdny to
Mrn. V. A. Forben JiqH chanced her
olllco tin necretnry of the Homo Ser
vice miction of tho llond chnpter,
American lied CroHtt, from tho court
Iiouno bulldlm: to the Donchuten In
ventnmnt Co. building on tlm corner
of Wall nnd Oregon.
Mrn. A, F. l.nmon In In Portland,
whero nho won called by tho nerlous
illrioim of her nlntor.
First Prize, $3.00
. Second Prize, $2.00
for the most artistically colored Easter Egg
brought to our store. Contest open to grade
school children only.
Contest closes Friday, April 2 at noon.
Bring in eggs with names plainly written on
Uiem. Judges will select winner. .
Headquarters for Easter candies and novelties
DAY JO DAY
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''U, lUnlmill, mnnur.or of tlio'
PJIdT initio Inn, rociilviid word today
of liln election mi vieo-prnnldont for
Oregon', of tlm Norlllwont Hotel Scen
ic imuoclnlloii, Tin.' mooting nt which
I hit elections we 10 held wan In Hull
Mr. and Mm, J. flhlpjoy hnvo Just
nrrlved In Hunil from Superior, Wis
consin, Mrs. Hlililny to touch In tlm
Alfalfa miliool, mid Mr. Shipley to ac
cept u ponillon with tho llund Wntor,
Light A, Power Co. MrH. Hilploy In
nli'co of Mm. K. M. (InHbnr, of thin
Mr. and Mm. Hay Wliltmoro, of
thin city, a ro tlm parents of an olght
lioiind baby boy born thin' morning,
according to word received today
from Upoknno, where they am visit
ing Mm. Whltmoro'n sinter. Mr.
Whltmoro will roturn to llund In tlm
0. (1. nniighonbntigh, of Mllllcan,
In spending thu day In llond on busi
ness. C. A. Warnor nnd It, M. Huilth aro
llond hUHliuiin visitors In Portland
1). H. Ilmitor returned thin morn
ing from a protrnctod ntny In Cal
ifornia. J. B. und C. W. I.oggun, of Ilurnn,
arrived In tlm city lunt night and nro
romnliibig "'". . , '
A. fcMnnlnW.'li former Uond har
bor, fiftf rytuftlail from Marahfleld
and may loco.tfl, lore.
Mri. rtiitlmrlno B. Wllllnmn left
for Konttlo todny to npond aovoral
weokn vlnlftnr; with frlondn.
Mr,. and Myi, J, Itynn left Hntur
day by unto for Bonttlo, called by tho
nurioun IIIiiush of Aim. Jtyan'a father.
Chnrloii, Pltchor nnd V,', D.
Hoblnott, of Hllver I.nko. nrn looklnp
nftcV hunlnoRff mnttcrn In tho city to
Mr nnd Mm. It. A. Hnow enmo In-
to Uond yesterday to moot Mra.
Hiiow'n mothiy, Jut arrived from
Mm. w, P. Knrtaln, accompanied
by hex little dnuKhtor, lleatrlco, ar
rived In llond thin morning from Tn-
comn to Join her lnmbnnd, chief lino
,y" t . t,,0 nt., rt0P.
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Oeorico Sedgwick, of Hodmond, in
In tlm city todny.
C. II. Dentin-; nrrlved In Ilend Inat
nlRht from I.n Pino.
J. L. Owen In npeudiiiK Urn day In
Iloud from hln homo In Slitern.
Mrn. Paul Ilovmor roturned thta
mortiliiK from a vlnlt with rolatlven
Uun B. StndlR and H. 8, Towno
wero nmoiiR vlnltom In the city lnnt
uliihl from I.owor IlrldRo.
Jay H. Upton, of Prlnovlllo can
dldato for uomlnntlon for tho itnto
onate. wan a hunlneim visitor In thn
city lunt nlRht.
Tho women of tho MooBeJienrt Lo
Klon huvo pOHtponod their danco, and
box nodal which wan previously an
nouncedifor April 1.
To beRln tho OrRahlzntlon of an
Bplscopnl Runday hcIiooI, n moetliiR
will bo held nt 12: 1C o'clock to-
morrow nl Hatlmr'n Hall. All Intor
OHtc1 aro imkod to como nnd hrlni;
thitlr chllilron, ,
Tlm Lnillqn Aid 'noemty of tho
MolhodlHl church will hold an BaMtor
Halo Hntiirday, April n, lit tho Hoy
burn Hardwaro nloro. Tho nalo will
lioKln nt 10 o'clock. In tlm morning.
Cookivl foodn, npronit, , und fancy
work will bo offorud,
William H, Mooro, of Prlimvlllo,
wiih a buslnonn vlnltor In tho city lanl
Mm, K. 0, Hundorn arrived in Iloruli
hint nlKht from lior homo at Motollun
and In ruiimlnlni: ovor todny, '
I.loiitonant A, h. Joucn and Mnjnr
8. B. Clyno, U. B. army, nro In Uond
todny from Tho Dullvn ou recruiting,
Percy A. Htovotm Pont, American
I.ckIoii, will entertain Wedncmluy
ovenliii;, April 7, with a dancliiK
party to bo clvon at the KyniniiHlutn.
l'or tho lianoflt of tlm Day Nur
iiory fund, tho Womon'n Civic Im
provomunt Iohkiio wilt Hive, a danco
on tho oventnc of April C, nt tho
Rymnanlum. Mm. K. B. Toomoy In
chairman of tlm commltteu In chnrco
A daiicltiK party In announced by
tho Flromon'n union to bo clvcn on
tho uvonliiK of WednOMday, March 31,
at thu Hlppodromo. A prize waltz will
bo a feature of tho affair. Munlc
will bo furnlHhwl by Wllnon OeorKo'n
Jazz OrcliCHtrn, A nocond danco will
bo Riven on April H.
A. C. bano In In llond from I.nko
Tom Qulnn, of Prlnovlllo, In &poud
Iiir tho day In Ilend.
T. W. McCaffery, l'owoll Uulto
rnnchor, in a bunlncss visitor In the.
F. C. Dibble, of Sunt ox, arrived In
Ilend Innt nlRht, nnd In .remaining
. Mcmbcrn 'of tho local chapter,
Order of Kastcm Star, attended tlm
fifth annlvornary celebration of the
Rodmpnd. Soma 40 woro presort
from thlH city.
frH. It. II. Chambers, mother of
Mrn. Itnlph C. Johnson of Ilend, loft
thin morulnR tor her forjner homo In
Arnpahoo, Nobranka. She. ban mndo
her homo with her daughter for tho
Innt four year. She will locato later
In I.on Angeles.
The Ladles dulld of tho Prcbytor
Ian church will hold Itn annual Ban
ter sale ou Friday, April 2, nt tho
Hcyburn Hardwaro Co. store. Mom
born aro asked to bring their don
ations In tho morning if possible. .
Christian Sclonco Society, of Uond,
Oregon, nnnouncen a frco lecture on
Christian Sclonco, by Paul 8. Becloy,
C. 8. I)., of Portlnnd, Oregon, Mem
ber of Tho Hoard of Lectureship of
Tho Mothor Church. Tho First I
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necessary flexibility and strength. 1 1 your feet tire eusily
u is not dccuusc rsaturc tins iuiicu, out ticcause you mivc
crippled and weakened your feet by forcing them, into
shoes of unnatural shape.
Give Nature a ehnce to remedy your rniitikc. Put your feet luto
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how ond-lookln they are. Pur your protection rmtmitrunett the
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El RICE A IIUTCI11NS
Made for Men, Women and Children
THE WARNER f 0MPANY
Church of Christ, Scientist, in Don -
Tho lecture will bp given at tho
Ilend Athlutlo Club, Ilend, Oregon,
Siinduy afternoon ut 3:00 o'clock,
April 4, 1920.
The public In cordially Invited to
bo present.- -Adv.
Christian Soletico Kocloty, or llond,
Or:o)i. nn n ou nam n froo lecturo on
Christian Hcionce, by Pnul 8. Be,oIoy,
O, 8. II., of Portland, Oregon, Mem
ber of Tin Hoard or Lectureship or
i iiij .miuii'i V'liuruii, i iiu j'irM..
Church or Christ, Scientist, in Hon-!
ton, MnH. i
Tho lecturo will bo given nt tho
He,iid'i Athletic Club, Hond, Oregon,
Sunday afternoon nt 3:00 o'clock,
April 4, 1920.
Tlm public In cordially Invited to
be proHont. Adv.
ARRIVE IN COUNTY
Hpcclol ArKiimontrt Devoted
CaiiM of Higher Hdiirnllon,
In Advance CoplrM.
While tho great majority of tho
voters' pamphlet will not bo mailed
by tlm Secretary of Btato for nomo
weokn yet, a few advance copies havo
nrrlved In thin county. Tho pamph
let, which In time, will bo sent to
all registered voters, contains tho
toxts of tho ulno constitutional
nmondmontH nnd mcanurcn that aro
to bo on tho bullot nt tho njicjclnl gen
eral election of Friday, May 21,
No ncgatlvo argument wan nub;
milted by any one on the measures
for tho relief of cJomentary und high
er education, but nn nfllrmatlvo argu
ment appears for each. That for tlm
elementary school bill Is ono pago
In longth, and in signed by B. D. Hen
nler, secrotary-treaBurcr of tho Ore
gon State Teachers' association.
Tho argument for tho higher edu
cational measure in three pages long,
and Is signed by Judge It. 8. Dean of
Portland, president bf the board of
regents of tho University of Oregon;
Judgo J. K. Weathorford of Albany,"
prosldont of tho rcgontn or tho Ore
gon Agricultural College and Gov
ernor Don W. Olcott, president of tho
regents of Oregon Normal school.
Ono of tho striking thlngB In tho
higher educational argument Is tlm
statement regarding Orogon'n asses
sed valuation. Although tho wealth
and business of tho stato havo In
creased greatly slnco 1913, assessed
valuations Jinvo Increased less tunn
four per cont. In fact, tho table of
assessed valuations shows that In
19H, 1915, 191C, nnd 1917, Uicro
was actually a decrease from tho ns
sossed valuation of 1913.
In consequence, tho Income for
higher education has Increased less
than four per cent slnco 1913, which
was tho ycir when tho oxlstlng mil
logo bill was passed by tho legisla
AT POPULAR VltlCK
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Do You Realize It?
--Easter Is Next Sunday
You'll want your new spring Suit ready to
step into Easter morning as well as the new
Hat' and other fixin's that go with them.
We are ready for you with the hest fash ion"
display we have ever presented.
And not only fashion, but value.
These are days to make sure of value. Don't
take a chance. Buy Kuppenheimer good.
Clothes and you are sure of quality as well as
style that fits and is in good taste.
Kuppenheimer Suits, $40.00 to $65.00
Michaels-Stern Value First Clothes,
$32.50 to $52.50
Hats, Gloves, Neckwear, Shirts,. Hosiery
Everything ready to complete your wardrobe
on Easter morning. " fi
P. S. Wc will give you quick service!
Qualify Pioneers Since 1911
PROVIDE WATER FOR CATTLE
Ponds, Sprlnus, Troughs and Other
Facilities Should Be Cleaned
and Put In Shape.
(Prepared br tho Untied States Depart
ment or AtTlculture.)
Hcforc turning cattle tlut havo been
kept In tho barn or lot during the
winter onto a pasture a gcod water
supply should be careruKy provided
ror. Ponds, springs, vntering troughs
or' otWr facilities for wntcrlng should
bo cleaned nnd put Into bnpe. It Is
frequently thought that (ho water sun
ply In abundant early 'n the season
and therefore that no attention need
be given to It. This Is n mistake, as
springs nnd ponds (111 up during the
winter nnd troughs become damaged
Water Supply for Live Stock Is of
no they fall to hold nufflclcnt water
for the needs or the cattle. In most
cases tho water supply cannot, bo
materially Increased, to care iuut be
taken to conserve .what In available.
It Is advisable to rence ntvund springs
to prevent the cattle front tramping
tho earth nnd polluting the water.
Tho maximum use of water from a
spring can bo obtalued l.y providing
it wo or three troughs set so that the
overllow from one will run Into the'
next one. This arrangement not only
makes the water more accessible to
the stock but keeps It cleaner and
Fine Musician at El.ht
Sir Arthur Sullivan, whoso name at
once comes to mind nt the mention ot
"The Mikado." or "H. M. S. Pinafore,"
was the sou of a bandmaster. At the
age or eight young Arthur could play
nil thoAvlud Instruments in the orchestra.
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EXCLUSIVE AGENT FOR DESCHUTES & JEFFERSON COUNTIC&
EXCELSIOR . CLEVELAND
R.A'.:HYRE - Bend, Oregon
FOR SUMMER WORK
On a trip to Central OregoBU to
select locations tor an extensive ser
ies of demonstrations and experi
ments to be conducted thin summer
to nucortaln tho duty of water, and
also ror educational purposes, Prof.
W. L. Powers, qr t,ha Oregon Agri
cultural college, arrived in Bend last
Friday, and spe,nt today In tho farm
ing country tributary to Bend. Head
quarters will probably be established
in this city while tho summer work
Is in progress, he IntitaatwL-
Tho investigation as to tho duty
of water is to be made especially In
regard to tho lands within tho C. O.
I. segregation. Locations In tho
Powell Butte. Tcxrobonne, Grange
Hall, and Redmond sections are be
ing selected by Mr. Powers.
FRANK GILBERT IS
CALLED BY DEATH
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Frank Gilbert, aged 04 years, ror
several years a resident or Bend, nnd
.ono of tho most ardent believers iu
I tho commercial tuture of. tho city.
, dlrd shortly otter 9 o'clock Wed
nesday at St. Charles hosnltal. a'tm-
an Illness or nearly two months. Son-
llo decay was given as tho prlrr iry
causo ot death. Threo operations
which wero performed during hla
Inst Illness, prolonged his lite, but
vitality was Insufficient to make pos
sible his recovery. No arrangemontu
havo been announced as yet" ror tho
Mr. Gilbert canto to Uond after n.
long service as purser on stoamors on
tho Columbia, found employment'
here, nnd was tho owner ot seyqral
pnrcols ot Bond realty. A brother
nnd sister in California aro reputejl
to bo wealthy.
Wo offer $100.00 for any 'case ot
catarrh that cannot bo cured by
Hall's Catarrh Medicine
Hall's Catarrh Mcdlclno Is taken
internally and acts through the hloqd
on tho Mucous Surfaces. o( tho -ays-torn.
Sold by druggists or ovor forty
yc,tra. Prlco 75c. Testimonials froo.
P. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
A trout egg takes from 35 to CO days
to hatch, according to the tempera
ture ot the wuter.